Eugenia Valentrina Carr

February 23, 1950 - November 29, 2023
December 1, 2023 18 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

On Wednesday November 29, 2023 Eugenia Valentrina Carr of Edmonton, AB passed away at the age of 73 years.

Eugenia will be lovingly remembered by her five children: Sean (Jennifer) Carr, Ryan (Wendy) Carr, Callie (Donovan) Harper, Shannon (Brandon Ford) Carr, and Joseph Carr; nine grandchildren: Brynn Carr, Heath Carr, Hudson Carr, Grayson Carr, Loxley Harper, Shiar Harper, Benjamin Ford, Mallorey Ford, and Sebastian Carr; as well as extended family and many friends.

She was predeceased by her parents Joseph and Katy in 2009  and her husband Ed Carr in 1987.

A funeral service will be held at 10:00am on Wednesday December 6, 2023 at Trinity Funeral Home 10530-116 Street Edmonton, AB with Interment to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery.

Those wishing to pay their respects prior to the service, may do so beginning at 9:00 AM at Trinity Funeral Home.

  1. Shannon Benjamin Mallorey Brandon and the rest of the Carr family. Allan and I am so sorry for your loss. Parents are special people in all of our hearts and it’s really hard to go through what you are. We remember our times together and she will be missed. Love kisses and hugs. Allan and Brenda

  2. You are above and greater then any words that could be spoken. We are beyond blessed to call you mom and Baba. Our world is lost without you here and will never be the same. You meant more to your grandchildren then you will ever know. Any time they enjoy McDonald’s, it will be in your honor. Eddy is in good hands because Shannon loves him to death. We love you to infinity and beyond mom. Give dad, Baba & Gido, grandma and grandpa and all the many fur babies a big hug from all of us! L💚ve you Mom…..

    • Dear Callie , Mr. Dean We Send Our Condolences Sorry We did not Get to Your Moms Service.I am not In the Best of HealthJust Now,at 92 yrs.,We Cherage The Good Memories Of Your Mom And would Like to Donate To a Charity in Her Honor .Please If You would Give Us a Call .George.

      • Thank you so much for the kind words. Means a lot to the family

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. She was an amazingly strong, independent and caring mother who raised strong, loving and caring children. I’ll always remember her fondness of McDonald’s and the many many pets. My thoughts, love and prayers are with all of the family and many friends that I know she touched.

    • Thank you so much for the kind words. Means a lot to the family

  4. Callie and Carr Family. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have fond memories of your mom and family at our house. At the time, I thought what a strong woman. Even broken, she was full of life, laughter and mischief. Now I realize, and can reflect on, her true strength. She was really a warrior – taking care of five young children, even after living through caring – and losing the love of her life. I have no doubt your mom was looking forward to being with your dad again – and I hope that will bring peace to your hearts. What special angels you have. God bless.

    • Thank you so much for the kind words. Means a lot to the family

  5. I’m sorry to hear of Eugenia’s passing. Eugenia was a neighbour in Wellington and often visited our home during those early years. I haven’t seen Eugenia in years, but remember her fondly. Thoughts and prayers to Eugenia’s family and friends.

    • Thank you so much for the kind words. Means a lot to the family

  6. Sean, Ryan, Callie, Shannon, Joey and families: we were saddened to learn of the loss of your Mom and your children’s Grandma. Jeannie or “Gin” as I have heard Ed affectionately call her, was much fulfilled as a young wife, mother, and homemaker. The devastating loss of 1987 rocked worlds, but in the early years of parenthood when I knew her, Jeannie was always just a phone call away, a near and sincere help to others learning skills in early childhood development. We are touched by your loss and pray that you will continue to be sustained by the faith and values your parents instilled in you and may the fond memories you treasure in your hearts continually warm you.
    Leila & Family

  7. Sean, Ryan, Callie, Shannon & Joey,
    I remember your mom for her candor, her kindness to me, how well she helped care for my dad in the nursing home she worked at and what a fierce protector and advocate for her children she was. I’m deeply sorry that she couldn’t be here longer with all of you and her grandchildren. I feel like she has waited a long time to see her husband on the other side and I hope that will bring some comfort to you all to some degree, because I imagine that reunion to be her heavenly peace at last.

  8. Our condolences to you and your family. You are in our prayers.

  9. Callie and family,I am so saddened to read about the loss of your mom.Please except my deepest condolences.

  10. To the Carr family, i am so deeply sorry for the loss of your loving Mother, MIL, and Baba… May she fly high with the Angels and watch over all of you… My sincere condolences..
    From Sherry Neumann & Family ❤️

  11. To The Dear Carr Family,

    Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your Mom, your Grandparent, your friend, your family Matriarch.
    My heart breaks for each of you during this difficult time. May Jeannie’s dear memory bring you all comfort.
    I was blessed to witness the true love your parents shared for each other and for their beautiful family. Truly amazing !!! Something I’ve never forgotten.
    I am sending you all much love.

    Nina Galas

  12. Only GOD knows what happens after we passaway but hopefully if I put YOU and DAD in my prayers enough tell its my turn to return to are creator (GOD). He will bless me and answer my prayers to reunite with YOU and DAD. 😪💚💛💚💛💚💛💚💛💚💛

  13. Thank you so much for the kind words. Means a lot to the family.

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